Friday, January 11, 2013

Lehigh Valley Rollergirls' TRYOUTS

Fresh Meat Christie Winkler in action

Sugar and Spice and everything nice? 

What makes a roller girl is perseverance, physical strength, and the mind of chess player.  

Do you think you have what it takes to tear up the track, knock down the opposition, and join a great fun loving sports family? 

Here’s all the information you need for the Lehigh Valley Rollergirls’ tryouts:

January 28th – 7:00p.m.  Fresh Meat Orientation
You’ll be introduced to some of the skaters and get a synopsis of what is expected at practice. You will learn a little bit about our history, our practices and of course, you will see a demonstration of what to expect at tryouts.

February 4th -7:00p.m. Fresh Meat Tryouts
Here’s what you should expect to perform to be accepted into our Fresh Meat program:
 - Balance (Skate around the track balancing on one leg on the straight aways)
 -Cross Overs (Skating in good stance while performing cross overs)
 -One Knee Falls (Showing a proficiency in falling safely on one knee and returning to a good skating stance)
 - Plow Stops (Showing a proficiency in stopping safely using a plow stop and returning to a good skating stance)
 - 2 Minute timed laps (Minimum 8 laps)

Any skater who passes the tryout with proficiency will be invited to the Lehigh Valley Rollergirls Fresh Meat Boot Camp Training.

February 11th - First Day of Fresh Meat Boot Camp Training
What does our boot camp entail? It is approximately 7 weeks of training a long side our veterans teaching you all the basics and advanced moves and skills to become a roller girl. It is intense and rewarding. In no time, after completing the training, you will be scrimmage eligible and able to make rosters for game play.

All functions will be held at the Independence Family Fun Center, 4345 Independence Dr, Schnecksville, PA.

Think you are up for the challenge? Find out more information by contacting us at to attend our Fresh Meat Orientation. 

We are also looking for some new officials. Skating Refs, Non-Skating Officials, Volunteers, we need them all!  You can get more information about officiating by contacting us. 

Tickets to our February 16th bout can be purchased here:

Season tickets can be purchased here:

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